A Time Of Love Synopsis

It doesn’t matter where in the world you are in, as long as you are with the right one, the feeling of love with naturally come along with it. A Time of Love heads on a journey telling four different stories from four different places in the world but what unites them together is the common discovery of love. 

Sadness at Malaysia

A vicious car accident causes Shan/Kelly (Kate Tsui) to lose all her memory, including that of the one she loves. She only knows that she was able to survive the audacity because Shing/John (Chris Wang) went out of his way to save her. That act of bravery causes him to lose mobility in one leg and his car racing career. Shan and Shing soon fall madly in love with each other. The two move in together and Shan tentatively takes care of Shing living through days which are as sweet as honey. Shan is sure that Shing is her one true love and the two count down the days to their marriage.

However, due to her job as a tourist guide, it causes her to meet Lei Zi Ho (James Wen) who has made a very special trip from Taiwan to Hong Kong. He claims to be her ex-boyfriend and takes her to various places where they once visited in hopes of triggering her triggering her former memories. She begins to feel a sense of familiarity and questions her heart. Who is the one true love in Shan’s heart?

Metropolis at Singapore

Crystal (Charmaine Sheh), a senior director of a Singapore design company receives a wedding invite from her ex-boyfriend. The invite comes at the most inappropriate time since she does not have a boyfriend and cannot afford to let him see that she lacks romance in her life. Just as she debates whether to attend the wedding or not, she bumps into Oscar (Kenneth Ma), her subordinate who recently transferred from Hong Kong. Being the career-minded and self-conscious woman that she is, she forcibly hires Oscar to attend her ex-boyfriend’s wedding as her boyfriend.

However, due to a series of misunderstandings, Oscar thinks that Crystal wants to bring some dangerous substances to trash the wedding which leads them to spend some time at the police station. This allows him to see the tough Crystal actually has a weak side when it comes to love.

When the two leave the police station, the wedding ceremony has already finished but Crystal insists on going to see her ex-boyfriend leaving Oscar with no choice but to follow along. How with Crystal and Oscar come to realise that they are meant for each other?

Happiness at Korea

Other than his daily job as a South Korean illustrator, King (Yeon Jung Hoon) also has a part-time job teaching Korean to foreigners. Spoilt, flamboyant and sassy Hong Konger Linda (Linda) hires King as her Korean tutor so that she can ready herself to spending her life in Korea with her boyfriend. However, their opposite personalties clash causing King to have a dislike towards Linda. Though, for the sake of his job he learns to cope with her.

As the days passes by, King begins to see a different likeable side towards Linda and begins to slowly fall for her. At the same time he also discovers a secret between Linda and her boyfriend. He is at odds with what to do with this knowledge. What power does this secret hold in bringing the unlikely pair together?

Comedy at Japan

Hailing from Taiwan, Chan Dai Tin (Aaron Yan) heads to Japan to search for 10th generation heiress of the 300 year old restaurant “Wadaya”, Yoshiko Wadaya (Naomi Watanabe) so that he can obtain the restaurant as well as its secret formula. However, when he finds her he is shocked to discover that she is actually an obese and unattractive woman.

He also discovers that according to her family tradition, she must must before she turns 30 or else the restaurant will fall into the hands of her uncle! In order to retain the restaurant, Dai Tin and Mei Zi agree to a fake marriage until she turns 30 all with the help of cartoon storyteller (Wong Cho Lam) who plays matchmaker. Will this fake relationship be able to become real?

6 thoughts on “A Time Of Love Synopsis

  • January 24, 2014 at 5:31 pm
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    oooo a four stories into a drama?

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  • January 25, 2014 at 9:56 pm
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    I see James Wen and Chris Wang, might check this out. Micro-movie is not my cup of tea usually since I’m more of a drama person than a movie person.

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    • January 25, 2014 at 10:56 pm
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      Hehe, yep! Me too, but I love an occasional break from dramas sometimes. I hope will turn out good! Sadly, James and Chris’ voices will most likely be dubbed.

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